There is a world of authentic flavours waiting to be explored with Asian Inspirations. We have the best collection of recipes from the popular fiery Thai curries to the Malaysian street-hawker classics; from traditional Chinese specialties to intricate Japanese delicacies. If you’re in a mood for something healthy, try out our easy-to-make soup and salad recipes. If indulgence is the mood of the day, our lunch and dinner recipes are certain to satisfy you. Choose your key ingredient, level of effort and preparation time, and then take your pick from these tempting recipes. Whether it’s a quiet dinner for two, everyday meals that are easy to prepare and cooking, or a four-course meal preparation for a party, we’ve got the best and most delicious Asian recipes to offer.
Flavoured with vinegar, soy, chilli and garlic, Chinese Pickled Cucumbers are eaten as an appetizer or palate cleaner. Check out this easy recipe.
Unlike regular kimchi, White Kimchi (Baek Kimchi) isn't spicy - great for those who can't handle the heat. Try this refreshing Korean side dish. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Kerabu Timun is a Spicy Cucumber Salad that uses dried shrimp and sambal belachan to enhance the flavour of the dish. Get this Malaysian recipe. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Japanese Pickled Ginger (Gari) is usually eaten with sushi or sashimi to cleanse the palate. Make your own pickled ginger at home. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Vietnamese Daikon and Carrot Pickles (Do Chua) provides a sweet-sour component to many Vietnamese dishes. Get this recipe for Vietnamese pickle. Recipe by Asian Inspirations
This Japanese pickle recipe combines the peppery taste of turnip with the citrus flavour of yuzu. Get this Pickled Turnip with Yuzu recipe. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
The cucur udang is a commonly found Malaysian street food which can be found in most markets. The prawn fritters are crunchy outside, with a soft, pillowy inside and are delicious when served hot with chilli dip.
Sup Kambing is commonly found at the mamak stalls in Malaysia and is the ultimate comfort food. A mamak stall is an Indian Muslim stall who are Muslims and they do not serve pork. The Malaysian Mamak are Malaysians of Tamil Muslim origin, whose forefathers mostly migrated from South India to the Malaysia centuries ago. This dish can be substituted with oxtail, lamb or chicken.
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